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A highlight from 1242. +100 Million Users Coming To Avalanche | AVAX Dominates Korea
"All right, so we're gonna jump into Avalanche today, a little bit about what is happening at Korea Blockchain Week and why this might make sense to you and why it's gonna be important to you as you start to look at really going into projects like Avalanche over the long term. We'll get into all this good stuff today. My name is Paul Berra. Welcome back into Tech Path. Before we get started, I want to thank our sponsor, iTrust Capital, if you look into long term holdings, you want to invest in Bitcoin or Ethereum and you want to do it in a crypto IRA, you can do it with iTrust, very easy to do. You can also get into precious metals, gold, silver, all that good stuff. Very low fees on your actual trades, but no monthly fees. So that's the cool part. If you use our link below, you will get a $100 funding reward. So it's very easy. All you have to use is that link and it helps the channel out. Try it out and see what you guys think. Let me know in the comments too, because as I said, we always love to get feedback from people who are using some of our sponsor stuff. All right. Let's go into a few things here. I'll lead off here with Avalanche opening their, kind of their pop up at the event, which was happening in Seoul during the Korean Blockchain Week. And this was all happening right before, so don't think there was nobody there. It just is all right there before the event started. So, but the cool aspect of this is that it was Avalanche putting on a pretty dynamic event. Now I want to play a clip for you to go into a little bit about what the Korean Blockchain Chain Week is. Listen in. Is this what you expected? You're seeing today we have 2 ,000 registrants. And so that's way over capacity, which is a really good thing. The KBW energy is kind of transferring over to us. We're, I believe the second biggest event second to the conference this week. I can confirm that. We've been around. So I can definitely confirm that. Okay. I was like, I'm pretty sure we are, but I wasn't. No, this is totally sure. This is packed. I think culturally speaking Koreans, at least relative to the Western world, is a little bit more conservative. I think the community that we're seeing, especially in the States, isn't really the same type of community, not in any better or worse way by any means, but it's just different, right? And so the first two years was really like underdog story. No one believes in us. And then really trying to find our stride. So we're finding our stride a lot in enterprises, especially with AvaCloud. We also have gaming. It takes a lot of time to build a proper game. So we're going to see that come through probably the next few months or even next year or so. And then also NFTs as it relates to art. And so kind of all of this stuff converges into one Web3 unit. So that obviously was one of the Avalanche team kind of giving some explanation of the amount of growth that they've done in a fairly short period of time. Another thing that is happening is Avalanche's move into the institutional space. Here's a tweet by Anthony Scaramucci. Very impressed with Avalanche's team and customizable infrastructure. Not surprised it's catching on in the institutional community there. Great presentation from John Nahas, which we've had on the show before. If you guys want to check out some of our Avalanche videos, go back and check out John's video that we did. I think it was one of our most recent ones. But all this happening there at Korea Blockchain Week. And again, this market is one of those that is exploding in innovation. And the reason it's important is because as we look at the evolution of gaming and you look at how Web3 will take place, a lot of these hot centers like Korea and within the Pacific Rim are going to be some of the pretty much the leaders around the world. And I think Avalanche will of course play a big role in this. If you look at this piece right here, just kind of showcase a little bit about how long it takes projects to kind of get moving. But enterprise blockchain projects typically undergo four main stages in initial exploration. I would say most companies out there using it today are at that stage. Proof of concept and then pilot, trial and then in production. So you're talking about 25 months there. You can kind of see it right there on the right hand side of the slide there from the University of Cambridge. Point being is that this all takes time. However, we've had about 18 months of a bear market here where a lot of projects like Avalanche have been building. So on their Twitter account or X account, the momentum in Asia continues to as more subnet launches are cooking up. On Avalanche you've got a Japanese gourmet food app, Sarah, which brings two million active users. This is a pretty big app in Japan. Now you look at that market along with other ideas around where these markets are going and the kind of concepts that are starting to utilize things and projects like Avalanche, you're going to start to see more use cases come to light. And I think this is just a good example of one of them. Let's go over to another one, which is Panta. I've got a clip for this one. Listen in.
Fresh update on "seoul" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak Asia
"The greenback before a pretty dramatic reversal. I'm talking about a strengthening here by about two percent. Now yesterday, the top currency official in Japan declined to confirm whether there was intervention on the part of the Ministry of Finance and Asahi, which is one of the newspapers in Japan today, saying that move, that The strengthening may have been an algorithm and not intervention. The Nikkei is a mentioned positive by about a a half of one percent. In Seoul, the KOSPI rising by around seven -tenths of one percent, and in Sydney, the ASX 200 ahead by two -tenths of one percent. Stability in US Treasury yields after they fell right across the board in New York trading. We've got a ten -year now at 4 .72 and a two -year at 5 .04%. We'll take another look at market action for you in about 15 minutes. Paul? Let's take a look at some of action the on the US labor market. The payroll servicer ADP says American firms added the fewest number of jobs in September since the start of 2021, and pay growth slowed as well. Bloomberg's Michael McKee tells us what this means for Friday's jobs numbers. Over the past year, ADP has the overstated private sector job creation seven out of the twelve months. So if that follows, then we will have an unusually weak payrolls report on Friday, but hard to square with What what we saw from the ISM manufacturing numbers because ISM went positive and lost twelve thousand jobs. That is Bloomberg's Michael McKee. Now not only did ADP say jobs were lost in manufacturing, it also said thirteen thousand jobs were lost in trade and transportation, another and thirty two thousand were lost in professional and business services. We go to politics next and Washington in some Republican leaders are throwing their names into the hat for House Speaker. Obviously this is after after Kevin McCarthy was ousted yesterday, the number two House Republican is Steve Scalise. He McCarthy is now officially running and hardline Republican Representative Jim Jordan of Ohio says one as he well. will run So McCarthy's ouster is raising a lot of questions right now, whether it's aid to Ukraine or averting a government shutdown in a little more than six weeks. Here's Bloomberg's Jonathan Congress can't do anything or the House at least can't do anything until they elect a speaker. we're So going to face some uncertain period of time here where they're basically doing no work other than trying to find the leader. And then once they do elect the leader, the Republican conference has made clear they don't want to compromise with Democrats by just kicking out their own speaker. The next person who takes the job is going to face a lot of pressure not compromise. And especially so soon after they assume the speakership, will they really want their first big act as the leader to be a deal with Democrats after seeing their reaction from their own party just now. That is Bloomberg's Jonathan Tamare. By the way, the House is intending to hold a vote on the speakership on October the 11th. Paul? We've had opening statements beginning today in the fraud trial of FTX founder Sam Backman -Fried. A focal point was Caroline Allison. she's Now the former CEO of Alameda Research, a hedge fund affiliated with FTX, and she's also Backman -Fried's former girlfriend. Here's Bloomberg's Shanali Basak. Caroline Allison is a key figure for both the prosecution and the defense. When you look at the defense, they had said that Sam Backman -Fried guided Caroline Allison to do more to protect Alameda as a shareholder of Alameda when the crypto crash was starting to arise. His worries about crypto going south instead of just upward as had it before that time. And so this idea that poor risk management, according to the defense, is not tensionally fraud, and that will have to be proven here in court for Mr. Bankman -Fried himself. That the case. is That's Shanali Basak, now Bankman -Fried's accused of using billions of dollars in customer deposits at FTX for speculative trading at Alameda Research as well as for luxury real estate and for political contributions. We heard reaction today from U .S. Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo to a report of chip a breakthrough by China's Huawei. We have more from Bloomberg's David Ingles. Even stronger, Raimondo said it was incredibly disturbing. Huawei's reported new chip has set off a debate whether on the U .S. is effective in curbing China's technological advancement. That said, Raimondo in Keynes there is no evidence China can develop advanced chips at scale, but she is facing pressure from Republicans to tighten controls. Raimondo emphasized different tools are needed to enforce the U .S. regime. She pointed to the RESTRICT Act that would expand American authority to review and prevent certain transactions that pose a risk to national security. In Hong Kong, I'm David Ingles, and that's Bloomberg Radio. AT &T has begun to explore options for its 70 % stake in DirecTV. We've got the story from Bloomberg's Charlie Pallet. Word comes as AT &T approaches the end of an an agreement upon which it can legally sell its interest in America's third largest paid TV provider. era. Sources say among AT &T's options are a dividend recapitalization, adding a new investor, or selling the stake and exiting the venture as early as August 2024. AT AT &T co -owns DirecTV with private equity firm TPG as part of a joint venture formed in 2021. The business was valued at about $16 billion at the time in New York. Charlie Pallet, Bloomberg Radio. Global news is next and we begin with President Biden saying that today Congress needs to get to work on funding for Ukraine. Ed Baxter has more from the Bloomberg Newsroom. Ready? Yes, he really doesn't want to wait until the speaker is chosen, Doug, as you laid it, he wants to get going now. So the president's urging Congress to take up Ukraine now in some position. The majority of the American people still support Ukraine and the majority of the members of both Democrat and Republican supported. So I don't think we should let the games of the ship get in the way of blocking it. And Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell agrees but asks for some guidance. I hope whoever emerges insists getting on rid of the motion to vacate. Yeah, McConnell also says the House needs to get on the process of finding the new speaker and says turmoil needs to be halted. To do that job for anyone you have to get rid of motion the to vacate because it puts whoever the
Monitor Show 19:00 09-06-2023 19:00
"Economics to say that it may take another another two decades for China's GDP to beat that of the U .S. and even after that it may fall back behind soon after due to all sorts of different challenges so there you go Brian I mean this is something we have been uh talking about and keeping an eye on and it sort of goes down to these growth goals by the administration in Beijing yeah some interesting comments there by Bloomberg economics uh and runs a little counter to what we thought before demographics a big part of that story as well the next hour of Bloomberg Daybreak Asia begins right now broadcasting 24 hours a day at bloomberg .com and the Bloomberg Business Act this is Bloomberg Radio this is Bloomberg Daybreak Asia for this Thursday September 7th in Hong Kong Wednesday September 6th in New York coming up this hour a strong reading on the U .S. services economy bolsters bets on the fed keeping rates higher for longer shares an apple fall on a report that China has barred government staff from using iPhones at work and Chinese chip makers smic may have violated U .S. sanctions by supplying components to Huawei as young leaders disappointed Biden did not attend the summit looks like Biden is clear to go to the G20 though DOJ signals it is ready to indict Hunter Biden I'm Ed Baxter with global news two top five seeds advance to semi -finals at the U .S. Open I'm Dan Schwartzman I'll have that story more coming up in Bloomberg Sports that's all straight ahead on Bloomberg Daybreak Asia on Bloomberg 11 30 New York Bloomberg 99 .1 Washington D .C. Bloomberg 106 .1 Boston Bloomberg 960 San Francisco Sirius XM 119 and around the world on Bloomberg Radio .com and via the Bloomberg Business Act we are now an hour away from trading in Tokyo Sydney and Seoul it's hour two of DBA.
Fresh update on "seoul" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak Asia
"We get we set for trading in Tokyo yielding 473 a two -year at 5 .05 % and and that moved down in rates today weakened the dollar ever so slightly we had the Bloomberg dollar spot index down about two -tenths of one percent will trade Tokyo Sydney and Seoul will have market action coming up this is Bloomberg at PPAC private when professional soccer player Marcus Rashford injured his shoulder he turned to Resil's virtual reality sports training program Resil's technology has helped him and athletes of all levels maintain their skills while recovering from injuries so that they turn to the field with confidence Rashford says after my shoulder injury Resil VR was key to training my and helped me get back to the game these are the ways athletes are using the metaverse today learn more at meta .com slash metaverse impact together we have the opportunity to build a more sustainable and inclusive future at the Bloomberg new economy forum we help make this ability
Monitor Show 19:00 08-31-2023 19:00
"That airs at 9 .30 p .m. New York time on the 27th of September in the U .S. Then at 6 .30 in the evening the next day and that is 9 .30 as well in other parts of the world such as Asia. Right, let's have a look now at what we have in prospect with economic data out of China today. We're looking at the Taishin PMI for manufacturing. Expecting that to be a bit of a damp squib, declining to 49, showing more contraction. This is Bloomberg. China eases lending rules to aid the property sector and some country garden bondholders are pushing for default. Former President Trump pleads not guilty to charges in Georgia. China and the U .S. acknowledge that military officials met earlier this month. Hong Kong raises its storm warning as the city prepares for super typhoon Saola. While in sports the Champions League draw has been revealed. I'm Dan Schwartzman, I'll have news in sports coming up. That's all straight ahead on Bloomberg Daybreak Asia. On Bloomberg 1130 New York, Bloomberg 99 .1 Washington D .C., Bloomberg 106 .1 Boston, Bloomberg 960 San Francisco, Sirius XM119 and around the world on Bloombergradio .com and via the Bloomberg Business App. We're an hour away from the action in Tokyo, Sydney and in Seoul, September 1st in Asia. The final day of the month of August here in the States where it's about 7 .01.
Fresh update on "seoul" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak Asia
"We do think the policy stimulus that the Chinese government is doing could be moving in the right direction you know we may be seeing at the bottoming out of their manufacturing activity also maybe their inflation numbers are bottoming out earlier you know someone you made a point about the chip the processing chip in phones and whether or not their technology progress is a relevant piece to their growth in spite of any sanctions or geopolitical pressures we liked India and Indonesia India for for a couple reasons but namely you know the extraordinary population growth that um that country is to going have and obviously the economic impact on that globally we expect it to be the third largest economy globally by end the of this decade and in Indonesia what we're seeing and and interested in is the the investment foreign in foreign dollars into South Asia in that country specifically Karen thanks for visiting with us great to to hear hear your insights Karen Robbins from UBS wealth management joining us here on BBA as we get set for trading in Tokyo and in Seoul a market update on the way this is Bloomberg Bloomberg Radio on demand and in your podcast feed on the latest edition of Bloomberg the intelligence podcast a conversation with bi senior US regional banks analyst Herman Chan on the impact of charge -off trends from smaller banks so basically the banks certain banks in the southeast have Reannounced in their earnings for the third quarter some charge off so so defaults on their lending based on some syndicated loans that they've syndicated out to a bunch of smaller regionals in the southeast and it basically revolves around one credit of a Gas station operator that is pretty large down there, and it's creating some hiccups in terms of credit quality for the regional banks, and we Highlight first horizon which is a bank based in Tennessee that basically Their loan
Monitor Show 19:00 08-30-2023 19:00
"Beijing, highest ranked British diplomat to visit Beijing in recent times. Well, it comes across the back of Ukraine's troops, now using a US rocket system known as the Vampire to destroy Russian drones, that's according to the Pentagon. Produced by L3Harris Technologies, the weapons are carried on trucks, they allow Ukraine to really try and fend off Russian strikes, that's the idea anyway. We've got a lot more as the next hour of Bloomberg Daybreak Asia continues. Broadcasting 24 hours a day at Bloomberg .com and the Bloomberg Business Act. This is Bloomberg Radio. That's all straight ahead on Bloomberg Daybreak Asia. We'll get trading in Tokyo, Sydney and Seoul underway in about an hour now. It's the Thursday edition of DBA and if you're joining from the APAC region, good morning. I'm Doug Krisner at the Bloomberg Interactive.
Fresh "Seoul" from Bloomberg Daybreak Asia
"Thursday Data As Oh, on October firm the -wide Sam U Bankman, 5th .S. job cuts in labor market Hong freed Kong begin Biden shows Wednesday and cooling. pushes opening October for statements Congress Barclays 4th to cuts kick start working off 50 Gordon in the on New trial in of Ukraine York its of speaker senior aid and former pool. investment coming FTX Scalise up bankers today fresh Trump leaves and court. Attorney General calls his comments racist and dangerous. I'm Ed Baxter with local news Newcastle dominates PSG in a Champions League group stage match. I'm Schwartzman, Dan I'll have that story more coming up in Bloomberg sports That's all straight straight ahead on Bloomberg Daybreak Asia on Bloomberg 1130, New York Bloomberg 1991, Washington DC, Bloomberg 1061, Boston, Bloomberg 960, San Francisco, Sirius XM 119 and around the world on Bloombergradio .com and via the Bloomberg Business It's now 10 in the morning in Sydney and we've got trading in Australian equities. It is the Thursday Edition of DBA. We're about an hour away now from trading in Tokyo and in Seoul. If If you're joining from the APAC, good morning. I'm Doug Krisner at the Bloomberg Interactive Broker Studio in New York. Let's get you caught up on Market market action Brian is in Hong Kong. Hey Brian. Yeah, they don't give you much with those opening numbers in Australia. Do they so over the 90 seconds here, I'll come back to it and we'll see which way we're moving futures had suggested some gains today and we have Nikkei futures up a little bit too. It seems like we're tilting just a tad to the upside today Earlier on Wall Street. We had the selling in stocks and bonds take a break it eased a little traders bets that the Fed can pull back from further rate hikes this year. That's still playing out. We two had year Treasury yields down. Right now the two year is at 5 .05 % as we wait for Tokyo To start trading the yield on the 10 years at four point seven three percent pretty
Monitor Show 19:00 08-28-2023 19:00
"And bring that technology to the 150 ,000 category, which is where we are actually collaborating with DD on this project. So I think with Combined Forces, we want to introduce smart driving into the A -class segment. And for that, I think also that a lot of the collaboration will be centered around both the 2B segment as well as the 2C segment, because that's where the volume is gonna be. Brian Goh, ex pan co -president. Inflation and economic growth. Goldman Sachs will sell a $29 billion investment advisory business, and Chinese authorities ask some mutual funds to avoid selling stocks as a way of boosting markets. Former President Trump's trial date is set for March 4th. Idalia can now grow into a category three hurricane. Ukraine claims a breakthrough and it's counter offensive. While in sports, Spain's soccer scandal grows even more bizarre. I'm Dan Schwartzman, I'll have news in sports coming up. That's all straight ahead on Bloomberg Daybreak Asia. On Bloomberg 1130 New York, Bloomberg 99 .1 Washington D .C., Bloomberg 106 .1 Boston, Bloomberg 960 San Francisco, Sirius XM119, and around the world on BloombergRadio .com and via the Bloomberg Business App. DBA, the Tuesday edition. Yeah, we're about an hour away now from trading in Tokyo, Sydney, and Seoul. We had some positivity for the U .S. equity market.
Fresh update on "seoul" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak Europe
"Seven four point nine eight percent now in fact five basis points higher the ten -year four point eight five percent Also up by five basis points the two -year yield 5 .16 a basis point higher this morning after JOLTS the data yesterday the sell -off in bonds accelerating and we are watching those yields move to levels not seen since 2007 on equity markets Asian shares firmly in the red the Nikkei 225 in Tokyo now down two point three percent the Hang Seng in Hong Kong is one point one percent lower the KOSPI Gold back reopened and after Seoul the holidays today at down by two and a half percent European stock futures down by a quarter quarter of one percent for EuroStox 50 futures S &P E -minis on Wall Street are down by four four -tenths of one percent our top stories this morning the Prime Minister Rishi Sunak is today expected to announced that part of Europe's biggest infrastructure project HS2 is being scrapped it's understood that the Prime Minister will his use speech the Conservative Party conference to soften the blow announcing that some of the savings will be used to boost other parts of the UK's transport network but Labour's Greater Manchester Mayor Andy Burnham says the plan is a piece do not pull the plug on the north of England do not treat people here as second -class citizens When it comes to transport because if you do do those things people here will never forget Burnham's criticism has been echoed by the former Chancellor George Osborne and Conservative West Midlands Mayor Andy Street here's what he told Bloomberg Radio my argument is you do need to have HS2 so that's not really The question the is it and of course what's been put to the Prime Minister is a proposal which is supported by private businesses to say let us try to rethink the lake to the north but it is still needed the investment around the world Those comments Mandy Street and others have helped to cast a long shadow over the annual Tory gathering HS2 was a core plank of the previous parties the party's previous pledge excuse me to level up economic opportunities across the country. in the United States Kevin McCarthy has been ousted by as Speaker of the House after Republican hardliners rebelled over his compromise with Democrats avoid to a government shutdown Goldman Sachs says the move raises the risk of a shutdown next month as his eventual successor will be under even more pressure from those on the right of the party. The move ends tumultuous a nine months on the job for McCarthy who says he won't run for the position again despite... Don't regret standing up for choosing governing over grievance. It is my responsibility. It is job. my I do not regret negotiating. Our government is designed to find compromise. I don't regret my efforts to build coalitions and find solutions. I was raised to solve problems not create them. Despite McCarthy's lack of regret the latest turmoil has fueled concerns about deepening dysfunction in Washington. The last time the House even voted on removing a speaker was in 1910 and in that office holder survived the test. Turning now to the latest from the than the bond markets. Treasury yields have hit fresh multi -year highs as the US jobs market continues to book expectations. US job openings increased to 9 .6 million in August topping all of the estimates Bloomberg in the survey of economists traders are bracing for the 10 -year Treasury yields to top 5 % for the time first since 2007. There were an endless sell -off in US government bonds as sparking moves across bond markets around the world as traders come to the realisation that interest rates are likely to remain higher for longer. The market reaction comes as Atlanta Fed President Raphael Bostic shared thoughts his on the hiking cycle. Speaking at an event in Atlanta, Bostic said the Fed should hold rates at elevated levels for a long time to bring inflation back down to target. This as the US Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen also weighed in on the debate. Here's what she told the Fortune CEO Initiative Conference in Washington. One view is that it may take a longer period of somewhat higher interest rates to control inflation to keep it down, but medium -term interest rates will go back to more normal levels. It's also possible that longer -term interest higher than we thought. Yellen also noted that it's possible that higher rates of investment could imply higher interest rates over the longer haul. Palantir, the data analysis firm co founded by tech billionaire Peter Thiel has emerged as the top pick for a major NHS data contract. The five -year deal could be worth close to half a billion pounds and focuses on analysing medical information. Palantir's relationship with the NHS has been criticised by civil rights and patient advocacy groups who worry about data privacy and the firm's work with intelligence and defence agencies. And the billionaire investor Ray Dalio says US -China relations are close to breaking down. Speaking to Bloomberg's David Weston, Aston, the Bridgewater Associates founder warned of the risk of conflict between the world's two largest economies. US -China relationship are in a number of areas on the brink of red lines. So, in other words, these irreconcilable differences, they're right on the brink. Dalio went to on say that the breaking point would be if the United States comes out in favour of an independent Taiwan, be quote that he said the would equivalent of a declaration of war. Dalio has long nurtured relations with Chinese officials and previously expressed admiration for some of stories
Monitor Show 19:00 08-27-2023 19:00
"It's Michael McKee at the Jackson Hole Symposium in Wyoming at the end of last week. Rashad, thank you so much for spending the hour with us here as we get DBA underway for a Monday. We're about an hour away from trading in Tokyo, Sydney and Seoul. First trading day of the week in Asia and it's the first chance for markets to react to what we heard from the Fed Chairman himself. We'll give you the latest on the price action update markets as well. Hour 2, DBA. It starts right now. Broadcasting 24 hours a day at Bloomberg .com and the Bloomberg Business Act. This is Bloomberg Radio. This is Bloomberg Daybreak Asia for this Monday, August 28th in Hong Kong, Sunday, August 27th in New York. Coming up today, markets brace for volatility after key central bankers signal interest rates will likely stay higher for longer. U .S. Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo visits China to expand business ties. Beijing cuts its stock trade tax and pledges to slow the pace of IPOs to boost Chinese markets. Three Marines are killed in a plane crash in Australia. Florida is bracing for a hurricane. Russia confirms the death of Yevgeny Prigozhin. And in sports, Saudi Arabia will try to enter the Champions League. I'm Dan Schwartzman. I'll have news and sports coming up. That's all straight ahead on Bloomberg Daybreak Asia. On Bloomberg 1130 New York. Bloomberg 99 .1 Washington D .C. Bloomberg 106 .1 Boston. Bloomberg 960 San Francisco. Sirius XM 119. And around the world on BloombergRadio .com and via the Bloomberg Business Act. It's a little past 8 in the morning in Tokyo. Trading will get underway in less than an hour, not only in Japanese equities but in U .S. sovereign debt as well. If you're joining from Japan or anywhere in the U .S.
Monitor Show 19:00 08-23-2023 19:00
"That was indeed the CEO of the Japan exchange group, of course the head of Japan's stock exchange there as well, Hiromi Yamaji. Right just to say that the comments hoping to lift the yen off, well to one week high at least and at the moment the Japanese currency is trading against the dollar at 144 yen and 80 cent. The next hour of Bloomberg Markets Asia continues right after this. U .S. equities climb after economic data reinforces the bet that the Fed may pause its rate hiking cycle and BRICS leaders edge closer to adding new members. Russia aviation officials say Wagner Group leader Pergozian has been killed in a plane crash. GOP debate Trump -Carlson duel. Rudy Giuliani surrenders to Georgia authorities. I'm Ed Baxter with Global News. Is America's newest soccer star potentially heading to Chelsea? I'm Dan Schwartzman. I'll have that story and more coming up in Bloomberg Sports. That's all straight ahead on Bloomberg Daybreak Asia. On Bloomberg 1130 New York, Bloomberg 99 .1 Washington D .C., Bloomberg 106 .1 Boston, Bloomberg 960 San Francisco, Sirius XM119 and around the world on Bloombergradio .com and via the Bloomberg Business App. We're about an hour away from the action in equity markets in Tokyo, Sydney and in Seoul. It's hour two now of the DBS.
Monitor Show 19:00 08-22-2023 19:00
"Wind in a messy way but you don't know when and one of the other points that I that I'd noted in a piece I wrote a couple weeks ago was you know we're all looking at this 210 inversion and we're noticing now that with 10 -year yields rising the inversion is going away but the recessions start after the yield after the inversion is gone so that's another warning sign. See something they're talking to our very own Abigail Doolittle. Of course, Fred Powell, the Fred Chair speaks on Friday. This is Bloomberg. Broadcasting 24 hours a day at bloomberg .com and the Bloomberg Business Act. This is Bloomberg Radio. This is Bloomberg Daybreak Asia for this Wednesday August 23rd in Hong Kong. Tuesday August 22nd in New York coming up this hour. S &P Global Ratings joins Moody's in cutting US banks ratings. Microsoft may get a new chance in its takeover of Activision Blizzard. China's president Xi Jinping calls on South Africa to boost influence on global affairs. US Japan and South Korea prepare for North Korea satellite launch. Donald Trump's inner circle surrendering in Georgia. Hong Kong fights back against Japan's Fukushima wastewater release. I'm Ed Baxter with global news. Has PSG offered Mbappe to Madrid for 250 million euros? I'm Dan Schwartzman. I'll have that story more coming up in Bloomberg Sports. That's all straight ahead on Bloomberg Daybreak Asia. On Bloomberg 1130 New York. Bloomberg 99 .1 Washington DC. Bloomberg 106 .1 Boston. Bloomberg 960 San Francisco. Sirius XM 119 and around the world on the Bloomberg Business app. So we're about an hour away from trading in Tokyo Sydney and in Seoul.
Monitor Show 19:00 08-20-2023 19:00
"Wasn't as high as inflation. So people realize that. So it's not all about just do you have a job. It's, well, I'm working my tail off, but I can barely make ends meet. I can't put the same amount of food on the table for my family. I can't do the same things that I had before. That's where the pain point is, that inflation has raised prices more than it's raised wages. That is the former Fed Governor, Randy Kroszner, speaking with Bloomberg's Anne -Marie Horden. Thanks to our colleague, Rashad Salamat. Our three DBA starts right now. Broadcasting 24 hours a day at Bloomberg .com and the Bloomberg Business Act, this is Bloomberg Radio. This is Bloomberg Daybreak Asia for this Monday, August 21st in Hong Kong, Sunday, August 20th in New York. Coming up this hour, markets look ahead to the Jackson Hole symposium and Fed Chair Jay Powell's outlook for interest rates. China urges its banks to boost loans in support of a struggling economy, and negotiations are underway for high level talks between China and Australia. Tropical Storm Hillary will be making its way up through California in the coming hours. 87 % of the La Hainetown search complete. Still over 1 ,000 still unaccounted for. I'm Ed Baxter with Global News. Spain wins the Women's World Cup over England. I'm Dan Schwartzman. I'll have that story and more coming up in Bloomberg's boards. That's all straight ahead on Bloomberg Daybreak Asia. On Bloomberg 1130 New York, Bloomberg 99 .1 Washington, D .C., Bloomberg 106 .1 Boston, Bloomberg 960 San Francisco, Sirius XM 119, and around the world on BloombergRadio .com and via the Bloomberg Business Act. We're less than an hour away from trading in Tokyo, Sydney, and in Seoul. Hour two of the DBA radio program.
Monitor Show 19:00 08-10-2023 19:00
"The name change. So, Brian, Subway, Curtis, it's back to you. Yeah. Don't get us started. You and I have been here a long time and we've run across some very interesting first names for Chinese who are adopting a Western name. We won't get into it in this space, but sometimes it can be quite amusing and interesting. And God love them, you know, picking something that's a little out of the ordinary. I have to say I love it. All right. The next hour of Bloomberg Daybreak Asia begins right now. Broadcasting 24 hours a day at Bloomberg .com and the Bloomberg Business Act. This is Bloomberg Radio. This is Bloomberg Daybreak Asia for this Friday, August 11th in Hong Kong, Thursday, August 10th in New York. And coming up today, U .S. inflation eases as markets wonder whether a Fed rate hike pause is in the cards. China's securities watchdog plans to meet with developers and banks today as the property crisis worsens. And Alibaba returns to growth for the first time in a year. Mao is still calling it a search and rescue in the burn area today. Typhoon Canone is hitting Seoul and Pyongyang. Special counsel makes a move for speedy trial in January 6 Trump indictment. I'm Ed Baxter with Global News. Have Bayern Munich and Tottenham agreed on a fee for star Harry Kane. I'm Dan Schwartzman. I'll have that story and more coming up in Bloomberg Sports. That's all straight ahead on Bloomberg Daybreak Asia on Bloomberg 1130 New York, Bloomberg 99 1 Washington, D .C., Bloomberg 106 1 Boston, Bloomberg 960 San Francisco, Sirius XM 119 and around the world on Bloomberg Radio .com and the Bloomberg Business Act. DBA the Friday edition.
Monitor Show 18:00 08-10-2023 18:00
"Asia Today, the securities watchdog is going to be meeting with a couple of real estate entities here. You know, the property market problem is still a big overhang, and so maybe we're going to get some movement. It's the corporate bond division of the CSRC that's going to be conducting this meeting, and so maybe we'll have some positive news to talk about as it relates to the property market. You don't care until Monday. Have a good weekend. We'll cover it Sunday, U .S. You guys. That does it for us. This is Bloomberg Daybreak Asia starts right now. The watchdog securities plans to meet with developers and banks today as the property crisis worsens. And Alibaba returns to growth for the first time in a year. Maui is still calling it a search and rescue in the Bern area today. Typhoon Kanoa is hitting Seoul and Pyongyang. Special counsel makes a move for speedy trial in January 6 Trump indictment. I'm Ed Baxter with Global News. Have Bayern Munich and Tottenham agreed on a fee for star Harry Kane. I'm Dan Schwartzman. And I'll have that story and more coming up in Bloomberg Sports.
A highlight from IP#492 Sarah Park McLaughlin Praying with St. Augustine on Inside the Pages with Kris McGregor Discerning Hearts podcast
"Hi, this is Chris McGregor of Discerning Hearts. Can you please help support this vital ministry? Discerning Hearts is a 100 % listeners -supported Catholic apostolate. Now through the end of August, please prayerfully consider making a sacrificial gift to help us raise $30 ,000 to fund truly life -changing Catholic programming and prayer. The financial contributions of listeners like you enables us to continue this important ministry. We are a 501c3 nonprofit organization. Your donations are fully tax -deductible. As an independent, non -for -profit lay organization that is not affiliated financially with any diocese, our apostolate is fully listener -supported. Again, between now and the end of August, please visit DiscerningHearts .com to make your donation. Thank you and God bless you from all of us at Discerning Hearts. DiscerningHearts .com presents Inside the Pages, insights from today's most compelling authors. I'm your host, Chris McGregor, and I am delighted to be joined by Sarah Park McLaughlin, author of four nonfiction books who taught freshman English at Texas Tech University for 34 years. Her book, Meeting God in Silence, was later translated into Korean and published in Seoul. She's a former award -winning newspaper columnist who has published numerous scholarly articles about C .S. Lewis, G .K. Chesterton, and her original theory of humor. With Sarah Park McLaughlin, we go inside the pages of Praying with St. Augustine, published by Sophia Institute Press. Sarah, thank you so much for joining me. Well, thank you for inviting me, Chris. I'm excited. Not any more excited than I am to have this wonderful book, Praying with St. Augustine. It is something that I think is so long overdue. I am so glad that you compiled all these wonderful prayers of this incredible doctor of the church. Well, thank you. It really was a labor of love. I started in the 90s collecting them old school, just looking through the Fathers of the Church books, and it was so much fun to have a mission like that. And then it got rejected quite a few times and I kind of put it aside. So I know it's God's timing that it was accepted by Sophia Institute Press. And now we have Praying with St. Augustine we can take with us to Eucharistic adoration or just uplift our spirits reading it at home. Rejected? I can't even imagine that, Sarah, because this is so phenomenal. I just love it. I will tell you the only reason was people said that they thought only people would be interested in a collection of prayers by many great saints. They couldn't really imagine that somebody would want a book with just St. Augustine, but they didn't know what they were missing. I mean, he's phenomenal. And these prayers are not ones that people accidentally run across very often. You have to really dig through his sermons to find the gems. I love what you did. I think what makes this so lovely is that not only did you just go through and read the sermons, you were listening. You were listening to St. Augustine and you could hear his prayers jump off those pages, didn't you? I really did. I mean, I think that's what makes him so amazing. If somebody looked at this and didn't know who he was or when he lived, they just thumbed through it. They would never guess this is somebody from the fourth and fifth century. Because with the modernized language referring to God as you, he's just as fresh today as if he lived 10 years ago. Get to write. We can all kind of identify with his struggles and his cries to God to make him pure, to have mercy on him. Even though he was a great saint, he never lost that sense of humility. He's not just a plaster saint on a shelf. He's a real person who struggled and who we can identify with, his prayers to God. Well, he sounds like a good friend to you. He's been very instrumental in my life. It's funny. Many different crossroads I bumped into St. Augustine. What really gave me the idea for the book was I went to a silent retreat and some nuns were reading these prayers during the temple services. I'd never heard that they were so eloquent. They started out things like, oh, banquet of love. Afterwards I asked, where are those prayers from? They said, they're St. Augustine. But they didn't have a book. They just had some notes. I thought, oh, okay, when I get home, I'll order prayers of St. Augustine. I was flabbergasted back then. Still, there's no real compilation. There have been some books in the past that kind of come and go that are small, like devotional books. And so I couldn't believe it. And I knew that I really felt like God and maybe St. Augustine was directing me to follow that lead and compile the prayers. I love the fact that you got Dr. Peter Kreeft to do the foreword for the book because he's written a little bit on St. Augustine. He knows him. He is a wonderful person. I was fortunate to meet him at an academic conference one time. He's been so helpful because I wrote to him when I was working on the book and even sent the draft to him and he commented on some of the prayers. And I asked if he would do the foreword and he graciously did. One of the funny lines in there, he says there should be a warning label on the book that if you read these prayers and you don't have the luxury of academic distance that the publisher is not responsible for what may happen to you, God is. And I think that's a terrific line because really when you read these prayers, you get goosebumps. It's reading and praying at the same time. Oh, I think it's so enlightening that he would write that because this is an experience of the heart. This is a divine communication, as it were, God speaking into this man's soul and him responding with this incredible prayer. I think you captured it beautifully. Is it OK if I read one of my favorites? Please do. You read away. Read away. Well, this one, I think, may ring a bell with I mean, many people don't know much about St. Augustine other than they may have heard hearts. You have made us for yourself, O Lord, and our hearts are restless till they rest in you. Some people may recognize this, though. Too late did I love you. Oh, fairness, so ancient and yet so new. Too late did I love you, for behold, you were within and I without. And there did I seek you. I, unlovely, rushed heedlessly among the things of beauty you made. You were with me, but I was not with you. Those things kept me far from you unless they were in you or not. You called and cried aloud and forced open my deafness. You gleamed and shined and chased away my blindness. You exhaled sweet perfumes and I drew in my breath and panted after you. I tasted and hungered in thirst. You touched me and I burned for your peace. Now, imagine one hundred and fifty four pages of those type of prayers. Oh, it's just fantastic. They're all gorgeous and they're unique. He has prayers that are strictly praise. And it was interesting because recently I read a quote from Pope Francis in an interview who said, Mary praises God while we Christians so often forget the prayer of praise and the prayer of adoration. And so it's a lot of fun. I subdivided the prayers into groups and one of my favorite sections is the prayers of praise, just pure praise, because I think, of course, there's prayers of petition and some prayers for forgiveness, salvation, some prayers that kind of reveal God's attributes, including the incarnate Christ. But I think that a lot of us can use the models for prayers that are just pure praise. And they're they're really eloquent. And praying with St. Augustine really does draw you closer to God. I think so, too. It's because of his compelling witness, his life story, his conversion story, that he has become so relevant throughout so many centuries. I think of other great saints that have been touched by him. I know even St. Teresa of Avila looked at the confessions of St. Augustine and saw something that just really penetrated her heart. And I think that's so true. I mean, but for somebody out there, Sarah, who doesn't know St. Augustine, how would you put his life into context? As you said, you know, he had a dramatic conversion. He was not a believer in his youth. He was, of course, brilliant and precocious. And when he went on, his mother prayed for him, St. Monica, in the wings for many, many years. She's a real icon of the faith. But when he went off to university, he did want to pursue wisdom. But along the way, he was kind of rebellious and he had a mistress and he fell into some different sins. And he always kind of longed for truth. So God honors that. And when he was in his 30s, he had a profound conversion where the Lord just touched his heart. And boy, from then on, he was a ball of fire. He wanted to be a monk. He became a priest. They wanted him to be a bishop. He kind of reluctantly did. He lived in North Africa. And so he did become a bishop and he wrote literally five million words that we still have preserved today. And like I said, people may think St. Augustine sounds kind of highbrow. Some of his writings are, but these prayers are not. You don't have to have any prerequisite knowledge of him other than to know that he loved God to really get a lot out of these prayers. The thing about St. Augustine is that when he became the bishop of Carthage, journeyed with his people. He was right there in the thick of not only their suffering and because that particular area, it would become under terrible Roman attack. Ultimately, he saw the destruction, didn't he? I mean, he was right there in the thick of their everyday lives. He was. He saw the suffering and he also did a lot of work fighting the heretics. I mean, the Catholic Church has so much gratitude to St. Augustine. And that wasn't easy. I mean, a lot of doctrines back then kind of threatened the truth of the Catholic Church. And so he really stood up for the truth. And he had a profound effect on the church's understanding of the Trinity, for example. He wrote a piece called De Trinitate. And some of his prayers are fantastic because he talks about, he just speaks to God directly and says, Lord, help me understand what am I supposed to tell people? How can you be up there and down here at the same time? I mean, they're just so they're so frank. He has such an intimate relationship with God that he just spoke to him. And I think that really gives me goosebumps and kind of encourages me to just open up my heart and just tell God, you know, hey, look what's going on in the world right now. What are we supposed to say? Give me wisdom. I think that's the key and the beauty to enter into prayer by praying with St. Augustine, by entering into his particular devotion or whatever arena that might be, whatever area he's praying into, whether it's Thanksgiving or if it's in suffering or whatever that might be. It helps train us, doesn't it? That we'll ultimately find our own words after allowing St. Augustine to pray with us in his. I think so. I mean, one of the things that praying with St. Augustine will show you, I included a letter he wrote to a woman named Probut, a very famous letter, and she asked, you know, how to pray. And so he's given her all these tips on how to pray. He covers what Jesus, three most important things Jesus taught us about prayer. So praying with St. Augustine is a real guide to prayer on many, many levels. It's inspirational to see what he had to say and the struggles and prayers, what he asked for, wisdom, humility, truth, strength, forgiveness. He prayed for God to enlighten his darkness. Fill my mouth and heart and all my bones with your praise. Let my soul praise you that it may love you. Cramped is the dwelling of my soul. Expand it that you may enter in. It is in ruins. Restore it. Isn't that beautiful? Absolutely. I think that's one of the reasons why not only for men, but for women, he has this universality about him, doesn't he? That just everybody can identify with his quest to be known to God and to know God. I guess it's that relationship to know and to be known. I think you're absolutely right, Chris. And of course, a lot of people identify with his mother, St. Monica, who we have to thank for her steadfast prayer. Many people who have family members who've left the church and they're praying for them to return. And St. Monica never gave up. And look what her prayers produced, one of the greatest church fathers. It gives us a reason to think that we too can pray and pray and pray and never give up because we don't know. We have no idea the far reaching effects of our prayers. Look at St. Augustine, for example. I mean, I bet he had no idea that he would be this influential this many years after his death. He was very humble. I really enjoy your commentaries, too, in the very beginnings of each of these different sections of prayer, that those different times that in, how do I want to say, the avenues we might travel to engage in that prayer. And the very back of the book is actually the longest chapter of the book. And it talks about that petitionary type of prayer. And we shouldn't be surprised, should we, that St. Augustine would have many of those. Oh, of course. I mean, you know, Jesus told us to ask for our daily bread, even though God knows what we need before we ask. St. Augustine says that when you pray, it makes you ready to receive God's blessings. It's for your benefit, not God's. And it also establishes the relationship between you and God that, like a child, and you really relate to God like a Heavenly Father, that you're not afraid to ask for what you need. And you can ask for those things which of your blindness you don't know to ask. But you're right. The petitionary prayers are beautiful, too. I always love that section. Almost all of his prayers included a little bit of petition, like he prayed to be cleansed from sin and to be freed from anger and armed with patience, drive out the enemy from my deeds and thoughts, and he hungers and thirsts for truth. That's, of course, my favorite. One of the things I like about the prayers that I'm not sure everyone would identify with some might is that he understands somehow deep down the paradoxical nature of God. For example, how Jesus could be a tiny infant nursing with his mother, yet he's feeding her at the same time with his truths. I mean, those are deep thoughts. If you really want to sit with this book and read one of those prayers, it's just something beautiful to meditate on and let the Lord speak to your heart about those deep truths.
Monitor Show 19:00 08-06-2023 19:00
"Yeah, I want to just move to Barbie. Now, it's crossed the $1 billion mark in global box office sales, and it's just in its third week in release. Now, it's only the second picture to hit that mark this year, taking $53 million in the US and Canada in its third week, as well as now, what, $74 million internationally, so it continues. Yep. The next hour of Bloomberg Daybreak Asia begins right now. Broadcasting 24 hours a day at Bloomberg .com and the Bloomberg Business Act, this is Bloomberg Radio. This is Bloomberg Daybreak Asia for this Monday, August 7th in Hong Kong, Sunday, August 6th in New York, and coming up today, Fed Governor Michelle Bowman says more rate hikes will be needed. Berkshire Hathaway's operating profit jumps on insurance growth. China loses out to Japan as global funds chase returns in Japanese equities. In an exclusive Bloomberg interview, Prime Minister Netanyahu says he will not complete the judicial overhaul right now. China invites EU top diplomat to Beijing for meetings. Glimps of the Trump legal defense and election interference case. I'm Ed Baxter with Global News. There won't be a three -peat as the US women are knocked out of the World Cup. I'm Dan Schwartzman. I'll have that story and more coming up in Bloomberg Sports. That's all straight ahead on Bloomberg Daybreak Asia. On Bloomberg 1130 New York, Bloomberg 99 .1 Washington, D .C., Bloomberg 106 .1 Boston, Bloomberg 960 San Francisco, Sirius XM119, and around the world on BloombergRadio .com and via the Bloomberg Business Act. We're an hour away from trading in Tokyo, Sydney, and Seoul. This is Daybreak Asia, the Monday edition, and we're kicking off a new trading week.
On May Day, workers rally for better labor conditions
"A large number of workers and activists globally are marking May Day with the rally's calling for higher salaries reduced to working hours and more general better working conditions. May Day which falls on May 1 is observed in many countries as a data celebrate workers rights this year during bigger turnouts than in previous years as COVID-19 restrictions are now drastically loosened in South Korea the two main valleys in the capital Seoul are expected to draw about 30,000 people each, according to organizers, one actress at a rally there, shouted at the podium, the price of everything was increased except for our wages, increased minimum wages and regimes are working hours and in France, unions are planning massive demonstrations to protest president Emmanuel Macron's recent move to raise the retirement age from 62 to 64. I'm Charles De Ledesma
N. Korea insults Biden, slams defense agreement with Seoul
"North Korea has issued insults to president Joe Biden and his slamming a defensive agreement with South Korea. I Norman hall, the powerful sister of North Korea's leader, says her country would stage more provocative displays of its military might in response to a new U.S. South Korean agreement to intensify nuclear deterrence to counter the Norse nuclear threat. Kim yo Jong insists the agreement shows extreme hostility toward Pyongyang. She also lobbed personal insults to a President Biden, who after a summit with South Korean president yoon seok yule on Wednesday, stated that any North Korean nuclear attack on the U.S. or its allies would result in the end of whatever regime took such action. Norman hall, Washington
Seoul: North Korea launches ballistic missile toward sea
"There's been another missile launched by North Korea. I'm Lisa dwyer. South Korea says North Korea has launched a ballistic missile off the north's east coast. North Korea has launched a barrage of missiles this year and protest of South Korean U.S. Military drills that it views as an invasion rehearsal which the U.S. and South Korea denies the launch also comes as South Korea accused North Korea of not responding to South Korean calls on a set of cross border inter Korean hotlines for about a week, the lack of exchange of messages on the communications channels could be worrisome because one of the hotline's roles is to prevent accidental clashes along the rivals, sea borders.
North Korea fires ballistic missile toward sea, Seoul says
"South Korea's military has said that it detected North Korea firing one short-range ballistic missile into waters off its western coast, the launch came after the influential sister of North Korea's leader Kim Jong-un said that her nation is ready to respond with quick overwhelming action against the U.S. and South Korea, her warning came as the allies expand their military training to cope with advancing North Korean nuclear threats. South Korea's joint chiefs of staff said the weapon was fired from an area around the western coastal city of nampo. I am Karen Chammas
South Korean plan aims to heal Japan forced labor feud
"South Korea says it's halted a World Trade Organization dispute settlement with Japan, which holds restrictions on exports of key industrial materials. Senior official at South Korea's trade ministry can gam Shan says the two governments have agreed to start bilateral talks to return the bilateral trade to the state before July 2019 when the export restrictions were imposed South Korea's government has decided to suspend the WTO dispute resolution process during that consultation. Ties between Seoul and Tokyo have long been complicated by grievances related to Japan's brutal rule of the Korean Peninsula from 1910 to 1945 when hundreds of thousands of Koreans were mobilized as forced laborers for Japanese companies. I'm Charles De Ledesma
"seoul" Discussed on Seoul Therapy The Podcast
"That is a particularly emphasized This is one of the most finest Finest displays of lyrical dexterity in hip hop history. The okay jerry. Cage does the i. I fun as as Third key be the fourth quiet. The fifth. you'll you'll know when you hear it and This this was the track that made like that. Made people listen to the bangers. Compilation managed compilation is full of greepeace in extremely well. Oh man rap performances a bit dated. But you know you. That's what you get when you talk about records in the past but these ugly is track was what made people go crazy. They omarska god. How would they doing this kinda shit in a beat was very jazzy jazzy. And bright in a in the best way possible as well of course so definitely. Listen to this track like the lyrical concept of is so dope like this is a this one of the finest displays of phonics in ustry lake like. There's this constant aw- sit like Like that vowel sound. In the i i. It's always like oh. They're actually really wrapping like the title. Okay so yeah definitely check it out. This is what koreans consider. Great lyrical display. Know what i mean like these kind of records kind of relieved pushed the boundaries of korean hip hop lyricism. Like we can because back in the days like in the nineteen eighties. You went all his linguistics professor In korea saying that you can never rap properly in korean. Oh yeah this is a whole nother discussion for another session. But in the starting phases of korean hip hop like the establishment shit on korean hip hop because they never thought that the linguistic structures of korean allow people to wrap properly in the two thousand late nineties was basically robbers trying to prove it otherwise Like a fuck you. We could do this all. Your professors don't know shit. We know what we're doing. Well and that kind of Drive and motivation really drove to incredible lyrical innovations within hip hop. And because they're you're trying to prove the system wrong And they did because right now. No one is saying that. You can't rapid korean. Actually korean is one of the fee languages. In asia that has a fully developed the recall structure india and theory innocence the theory of how to rhyme so this was one of the classic tracks that was essential part of that movement to prove ms that whitman wrong. So is a historic artifacts. It has great production performance. Check it out. This is what soul company is. What made so companies such an important record label in the first place for sure for sure will. That's all the time we have for today but please do comment. Let us know what you think of today's topic and if you enjoyed today's episode please go and subscribe to our podcast on all platforms. Please give us that five star rating if you more hip hop contents go check out daytonas instagram at 'emoi underscored daytona for k. Hip hop album reviews and also follow our social media page at seoul underscore therapy. Thank you guys so much and see guys next time who's.
"seoul" Discussed on Seoul Therapy The Podcast
"A is trying to find songs that will help them. You know uplift. Their spirits a highly highly recommend skinny brown's album very lows my mood and ultimately misfits. I just. I have nothing else to say about that song. Yeah nothing bad. Everything is just good so highly recommended just just a reminder that three albums i talked about was the quiet quiet storm a night record break. 'em odiham original soccer. I think was a middle and there was tao's locals only I'm gonna go with the first track locals only for sure. Okay just because that was when i knew like immediately turn it on like the first record of is called darling. Okay like the capital letter. Oh and then assists darling debate. That was when a new light on my god. This is something never heard before this is the. This is the acoustic trap. I was talking about yes sounds so natural truck firms. You can hear on a discovery channel documentary all while it sounds so natch. Mike nature ish. I like that. Yeah so definitely. Check it out. I think it will interest some of you people that you might not like it. I guess but you will. At least amid like this is freddie. We're if you don't like it you'll sates weird if you like it as save like this is great so jae-ho old darlie for sure for sure. Well that's all the time we have for today but please do comment and let us know. What your favorite albums are and if you enjoyed today's episode please go subscribe to our podcast on all platforms and please give us a five star rating if you want more k. Hip hop contents. Go checkout daytonas. Instagram at m. y. k. underscored the for k. hip hop album reviews and also follow our social media page at seoul underscore therapy. Thank you guys and see guys next time he's..
"seoul" Discussed on Seoul Therapy The Podcast
"Check it out. And you're not going to regret it seriously I'm actually going to review locals. Only tomorrow for sure. Yeah definitely check this out If you're going for the chill vibe gopher logos only if you're looking for something more in experimental go for modem for sure for sure great choices. My god that was it was such a shocking record. Both of them seriously. Unlike wow killed it not killed it on the boards so yeah well as we begin to slowly wrap up our show as usual. Is there any artists or attracts that. Your current listening to and would like to share or recommend to our listeners. We kind of talk. Yeah did i mean just just for kind of like the site thing. 'cause i know we do listen to a lot of music so i'm sure there might be another that you've been listening to so. Let's pick up the tracks. That from the album's review just one track. Sure man again are asking such a simple. Put a tough question okay. fine. I'm just going to stick with misfits from skinny brown minutes featuring mellow and kid wind. Dude what more. Can i say about this song you know. There are times when i listened to the song. Like i said i listened to the song twenty times. It might be even more button. Every time i listened to it. I shed a tear and this is. This is not a joke. I genuinely just feel the emotions from the song from mellows very calm. Very h- unique style of singing a and surprisingly kid wine has focused. As as far as i'm concerned like kidwai vocals are actually pretty good. He actually had a song with toy those of a ballot song. Yeah and kid. Wine was the vocalist. And i was just like. Whoa no way. And so from skinny brown's rap vocals to both mellow and kid wines. Very soft melodic tones Fascinating encapsulated by the song and it's just so relevant in today's world man again when you go back to the idea of mental health. It's just this song defines you know in helping those that are in need when it comes to getting help and just getting a kind of like that support you know and i think skinny brown hits on the spot. So if i'm correct. Though i think kid wind has his own album rate is called. I love that album canting. Yeah i love that album but yes for people who are struggling or a is trying to find songs that will help them. You know uplift. Their spirits a highly highly recommend skinny brown's album very lows my mood and ultimately misfits. I just. I have nothing else to say about that song. Yeah nothing bad. Everything is just good so highly recommended just just a reminder that three albums i talked about was the quiet quiet storm a night record break. 'em odiham original sokha. I think was a middle and there was tao's locals only I'm gonna go with the first track locals only for sure. Okay just because that was when i knew like immediately turn it on like the first record of it's called. Oh darling okay like the capital letter. Oh and then assists darling debate. That was when a new life. Oh my god this is something never heard before like this is the. This is the acoustic trap. I was talking about yes. Sounds so natural. I never like these truck firms. You can hear on a discovery channel documentary all how it sounds so natch. Mike nature ish. I like that. Yeah so definitely. Check it out. I think it will interest some of you people that you might not like it. I guess but you will. At least amid like this is freddie. We're if you don't like it you'll save weird if you like it as save like this is great so jae-ho old darlie for sure for sure. Well that's all the time we have for today but please do comment and let us know. What your favorite albums are and if you enjoyed today's episode please go subscribe to our podcast on all platforms and please give us a five star rating if you want more k. Hip hop contents. Go check out. Daytonas instagram at m. y. k. underscored daytona for k. Hip hop album reviews and also follow our social media page at seoul underscore therapy thank you guys and see guys next time he's.
"seoul" Discussed on Seoul Therapy The Podcast
"That's us as fuck you know yeah own Skinny brown from doing that. Because a lot of rappers are doing that in korea non necessarily saying that they are cashing in for mental health. But a lot of Artists that are trendy. I guess he's just slept too many songs together. Sometimes it's hell can't get through the album like as a person who last review things. Just all my god. Why did you just you know. Cut half of the songs out exactly in skinny brown had not only. Was it a tight a tracks. Yeah there was a nice variety. Admit to agreed on unlike you daniel This wasn't mind blowing actually to me. But i thought it was overall a very very solid album that i would recommend it to anyone. Oh for sure heads down and there are no trash bar on it. Knowing late is not like the lyrics are like hemingway shit is not like super lleras. No but i think it is very important for rappers to not have corny bars for sure I have. I have a serious allergy on. Corny bars In here it's like the song. Great like the beasts banged the flow is still open Like i dunno a rapper. Space of stupid shit on record like i just can't think of one Got a what was the young folk. I have sex with my auntie of stuff. Like what the fuck you token like why like. Why did you say that. No one around you say no to the dumb motherfucker and skinny broke. Didn't do that. A lot of travers in career are kind of catching onto the states. rappers like having their records. Skinny brown didn't do that and of great actually like. It was a tight compact. Well-thought-out well picnic a technically proficient varied nuanced thought through. I recommend this album seriously pressure. Yeah let's just say it gets the message across a message across and a message aside. Let's let's just take the message. Decide the saltergate. That's the point like exactly. Yeah i mean hell there. Many records Many records where the message is good but the music is shit. This wasn't that like although it wasn't like Super into mental illness. I guess still like he was actually serious about it when he talked about it. Only have hunger like everything i said until now thing it just boils down onto that. Like he sounded hachinohe. He sounded serious about this. It wasn't night. I'm doing this because his trendier stuff like that for sure. I think that was. What's great about skinny. Brown's recor man Again we hope nothing but the best for hand moving forward. He has a bright future. So yeah what about you daytona. I'm still conflicted ongoing with a twenty ten record. I'm going though. Twenty ten white storm on night record who this is an album vadasz significant when it comes to quite discography as everyone knows a twenty eleven was the period where linear was formed right. Yup twenty ten. He was still insult company And this record however this record is kind of deviation from that seoul company stuff because until the until this record like before like records like the real me to train music he had a really dusty like sentimental sound to mute. Yeah this was when he began to wake transition out of..
"seoul" Discussed on Seoul Therapy The Podcast
"And don't forget to give us five star rating also for more contents. Please go and follow our socials at seoul. Underscore therapy are right so today. We each picked out our two favourite albums where one album is a bit older and one. That's more recent and we'll have in depth conversations so let's go so mad. I was like digging through A lot of artists and just listening to whole bunch of music. Like i always do and i. It was difficult bro. You know it's just trying to pick out two of your favorite teams one. That's older one that's newer. That's so hard it's pretty much asking like. What's your favorite burger. You know like this burger that burger so that it was really difficult for me. I don't know about you but for me. The two albums that picked and really tough decision. Like i had to really narrow this down by listening to the artists that i wanted to pick out. Yeah and man. This was really difficult. So when i came to conclusion was for the old album i picked deep flows young album which came out in two thousand fifteen and the more recent album might chose skinny brown's album his first know he called berry loves my mood and it came out a couple of months ago. Yeah but yemen. Those two albums for me really did the job. And i mean when i say did the job i mean it delivered because if you think about it. Both of the albums are very different decree. It's very different. Were it's it's. It's like a completely different sub toronto. Because when you talk about de flows album young. It's considered a classic. Yes says at this point. I think you can kind of regarded as default like magnum opus. Oh yeah for sure. It's like hysterical when people will talk about the flow and this is now that they talk about exactly exactly and it's dude. It's so highly regarded and i would think what i love about. This album is how there's like a balance this in the sound production. So you have some trap sounds in there but at the same time you get a mellow down song and also you get like that hard hitting boom bap type sound so that it's just a classic. I mean when you talk about korean hip hop this is the album. Thou- i would recommend to people when people choice there. Hey daniel what's a..
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"And then there's this whole issue about He shouted out some mba members. And he he did some other nba members but the problem he has the m being members. He endorsed actually said you're was hit so the more as the more this progressed until the point of his arrest. It's it seemed very bad for much men because all of the signs were pointing that This guy's non right in his mental like he's kind of winding out and this is a personal now from here on. This is a personal kind of speculation. When he this be free. I thought be free will be like going crazy again. He's a guy that would like not fucking man. I'm going to beat you. Wall kind of guy. I'm not saying that's a good thing that's just who he is. That's how he is going to act if you get. This is get dissed but when much matt this be free beef return his idee live and said you know what helped go and help much man. He's going through some shit he's sick right now. Be free is not the type of person to say. That know what i me. The very fact that the wrap things biggest villain goes on to say actually say to support him like really heartfelt like saying that he needs help. All of those signs.
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"Sit 'n word any has addressed. So i wait justice to do it. I don't think it will because as yet but that's not just one of the things where you think like these rappers. No better than saying that. Of course the way that i think about justice is e speaks english festival end all of the rappers that look up to very like you know. We're talking about the other death a with you. i'm just. I'm i'm very very disappointed that we did. At least address. It was from a couple of years ago and issued still address it for sure for sure some problems with him right now. I'm waiting bob. I'm gonna wait for time because you said is it all. It is not going to address which is very The only time like celebrities have any motives to address. Things is if their market is to be affected by it. True and Frankly korea's dono about this. They have no reason to know about this. Either because that was set in like so mixed dave really back in the days right here so people don't have knowledge about this is not going to affect us..
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"It's like a couple international offense to saying that but there are many international fans of justice. So now what you people like need to realize people who are listening to this podcast anyone just in not just korean hip in general but it has been a long time since i idolize any kind of artist i just see them as producers to consumer you know it is. It's disappointing but i've been disappointed so many times before. So it's like. I don't want to say sure for shino. Want to become numb to these tough like really want through words. Kind of thing. I feel like then gives him room to fuck up more. And it's really really hard to also like can because you you're so used to it out of there so much shouldn't we have to care about you. Know what i mean like. I'm tired of this shit. There are so many like Like i get it in a sense because making art create lake requires some sort of ego a prison with no ego does not make good radars art. I think and sometimes like check yourself meant seriously like what i've always been saying. Yeah i don't think anyone wants to end like shore. No look at the dude. Dudas miserable right now and that is a result of his ego. I don't care what nobody says. He's going through this ship because of his ego. It's not it's not a surrounding problems. He had a great wife. I know i know like people are gonna shit on crashing. But i don't care. She was a great way for carney. She really was and she did everything she could. From what i know. I mean all of the other stuff about not being a wife of being a model in all of the celebrity sift that's controversial but as a wife. She did practically everything she could. fucked it up because of his ego and that is the problem because people think that shit is cool. People look at konya as not as a musical genius but an actual genius which is a problem. He's not supposed to be the inspiration for you. People artists he's living miserably his hurting people all the time. Yeah why are people looking at that torture. Lake villagers ought to this kind of persona and thinking. That should is cool. It's not the point of a like. I know this is a career podcast. But i'm saying this because it matters. Basically you're hurting someone else does not cool. Of course you look at connie and say that he makes great music either just because he makes great music doesn't mean he's a weak person and apparently like people think that is really cool. People look up to that shit. I don't understand that. Consumed the arms separate the art from the artist. And say that you have you have to. You need to have the balls to say that was great but that artist was a shitty ass person. You know what i mean like stuff feeding into that shit because people because artists will take you of that and because it will sell. We will do the same shit. I absolutely finds out very forgiving. Don't make a good example of this. Stop that shit like fuck. You lake wire. Why are we giving excuses to people for hurting har- hurting someone else. This is unacceptable. You like.
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"Gb like this is kind of late last problems he will have because sure. Yeah he's going to change his fan base like he needs to transition out of the thirteen year old fan base and this is a great opportunity to do that if sure like the responded higher who goes to the controversy because it really apologized for him. He's absolutely apologize that thirteen year. Old girl or whatever actually we don't pull the hide those pictures because at what the fuck yes and any other cape attainment company that we have just throw him under the bus. Hey take a break or something. Sarah really locked the fact that they're basically supporting their autism in whatever thing that they do which is basically what he wanted. So that's why odeal. I've got like i'm a bit skeptical again with higher thing you because it's very much a robbers label kind of thing. See what i mean and all their autism are be Knows a bit more alternative date. Didn't really flourish on the label. You know they didn't stay for a long time so that this could be a new start for them to actually deal there. Aren be so of wing of higher. Because they're gonna have in office that's going to be successful so the knee like make the up. Yeah i They also like i back from. I know like people not a some people disagree on this. But i basically look at higher alien jazz. Similar entities like indigo music is like just music and stuff like that and considering they are like they also have or being hoodie at lee high on the label as well like they're really tried to expand beyond him and i it this finding j. b. is like a part of that i think cheese seoul was also gop but yet it was Was posing for me. Because he changed his name and they need change it back again and then he changed it in each back again. He was signed and did one. Compilation album just decided to go out again. So i don't see how to smell ep. I think that was like nothing was controversial anything but i think it was more of a personal.
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"Dropped. But i'm just super excited for him. I'm excited that a lot of the artists that he signed her from j. Wipe e- exactly. oh revenge. you know revenge. Not that's amazing. There's all your mother fuckers. Great motherfuckers of myself like got and he's taking everyone. Yeah so. I think there's a lot of freedom creativity for gb at higher music. So i'm just super happy for him. So shout out. Yeah like the timing of this was impeccable like jailing. Ps catching a lot of flack race. Because his new song with issy was so fucking horrible thing. You're not. I think your body night. It's not my opinion either. Like people are hating. That's all the be was trash. The title was dressed even the church. She's like it was so forty. Louis corny the flow was awkward. Was fine but it was just passable. Yes people were like hitting on that song so much like it's almost like the second coming of you know rains. Gang single people are hating it. Like even the even. It's not shielding this like even issy fans are like man. Gop what were you thinking. Just stick to making retro beats. You're not going to do well like you're not punks show. You're not you're not you don't have enough experience with contemporary hip hop production All sources bush was going through an the problem is they are right. They are really right like that is a done with. Come out in the late. Two thousands like here this on a jisi be cut or something and with all of that in mind with jay eye. Catching flack J park keep scoring on former jail. vr is. i mean. It's probably coincidental you. It might not be might be because. I not go to say certain for anything because we never know in the end of the day but the timing of this was just so impeccable. It was such a masterful booth from jay park like because jeremy is catching so much flak means dad There's going to be scrutiny..
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"It's like cut Futuristic hip hop like the he's making very experimental but at the same time it kind of caters to the audience. It's like super minimalistic. That album very minimalistic. It reminded me a lot of. Td stuff make the early g rock albums absorb for sure schoolboy two albums like those that kind of trendies like very pristine but something in their kind of beets. Yeah for those. That don't know you sense for starters. I highly recommend radar troop sale putting on top of that. Some people were listening to I really recommended. Listen to it with the lyrics. Your hundred. Percents he says is one of those rappers like that really uses own do he. I don't he's english at all like very little not. Yeah on i mean. He uses english quite a lot at the time. But he's usually just for like slang terms like hip-hop slang like almost all of his lyrics are composed in korean. And because like one thing about senses that the i call it The way you appreciate his music is going to change on how well your first korean example. If you're a person who doesn't know english say you're going to be gravitated. More toward laissez. Conde santa common or a gnaws for sure you're going to be attracted more to young or future than your kendrick and i think that's that's important to take it. He says is regarded as the most lyrical individual in individual. Wanna talk He is the quintessential lyricist. He is the standard when it costs lyricism in current pop. So if you're listening to make sure you check the lyrics are will. That's all the time we have for today. But please do comment and let us know what you think about the topic. We went over today. And if you enjoy today's episode please go and subscribe to our podcast on all streaming platforms and please give us that five star rating. If you want more. Kate hip hop contents. Go check out. Daytonas instagram at m. y. k. Underscore daytona for kate hip hop album reviews and also follow our social media page at seoul. Underscore therapy thank you guys so much and see you guys next time piece.
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"I'm. I really hate to sound like the old guy. In the rule year this made kind of doubt. The teenagers man needs some sense of artistic director table. Just because you get on a gp doesn't mean that you're automatically went to talk to charts reason a g. People are so successful artistically commercials because there. And i i they are good wrappers in the first place. Yo just because you gotta shy some shiny piano keys on a song and some gentle guitar doesn't automatically propel you to the top of the charts I don't blame the producers here. They gave like what they think was going to work because it has worked for themselves and they did the best of what they have. You can't suddenly make the contestants rapid right sure that's true you can't force legs can't force artistic maturity you can't force be unique bitch like can't say that right the show. Yeah exactly that sense. It was just like from the start like from episode one kind of the same today. Actually i liked to wiring for into oil. He was good too. I didn't have high hopes. Warren moon as the show progressed. He was the one of the few people that actually made some hard hitting hop laid. Sounds like stuff that was fire. I mean the like episode one. I'm sure it's going to like rub a lot of the warm fans Like he did the c walk Wink especially i mean. That's a hold of the discussion but I think some foreign fancy take issue with that guy wouldn't be surprised by that ending. morning doing but it's true that he was very able wherever the show like was killing..
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"Music and if you're that listener who likes that trap stuff but with strong lyrics highly recommend listening to sends two thousand nineteen the stranger end specifically radar featuring now i highly recommend it. I wasn't i wasn't a big fan of e sense when i started listening to hip hop but When i started listening to the anecdote the antics y'all ever since that album i- i instantly fell in love with his music. The man is insane. yeah he is. He's actually favorite rapper. So i immediately know what you're talking exactly. I just i was like wow the production on all of his songs especially radar man to frankas ridiculously talented dude. That guy is still unique with his. Beat selection beat leaking. It's like cut Futuristic hip hop like the he's making very experimental but at the same time it kind of caters to the audience. It's like super minimalistic. That album very minimalistic. It reminded me a lot of. Td stuff make the early g rock albums absorb for sure schoolboy two albums like those that kind of trendies like very pristine but something in their kind of beets. Yeah for those. That don't know you sense for starters. I highly recommend radar troop sale putting on top of that. Some people were listening to I really recommended. Listen to it with the lyrics. Your hundred. Percents he says is one of those rappers like that really uses own do he. I don't he's english at all like very little not. Yeah on i mean. He uses english quite a lot at the time. But he's usually just for like slang terms like hip-hop slang like almost all of his lyrics are composed in korean. And because like one thing about senses that the i call it The way you appreciate his music is going to change on how well your first korean example. If you're a person who doesn't know english say you're going to be gravitated. More less say conde santa common or a gnaws for sure you're going to be attracted more to young or future than you'll kendrick and i think that's that's important to take it easy. Says it regarded as the most lyrical individual in individual. Wanna talk lyricist. He is the quintessential lyricist. He is the standard when it costs lyricism in current pop. So if you're listening to make sure you check the lyrics are will. That's all the time we have for today. But please do comment and let us know what you think about the topic. We went over today. And if you enjoy today's episode please go and subscribe to our podcast on all streaming platforms and please give us that five star rating if you want more. Kate hip hop contents. Go checkout daytonas. Instagram at m. y. k. underscore daytona for k. Hip hop album reviews and also follow our social media page at seoul underscore. Therapy thank you guys so much and see you guys next time piece..
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"Wasn't guys. Welcome back to another episode of sold therapy off cashed. I his wine atonal annual and then days episode. We'll be talking about two topics first. One being groovy breeding dern director label area and the oji legendary artists zeno joining isa's label on it. So if you guys as usual enjoyed today's episode please subscribe to our podcast on any upward. Don't forget to give stuff. I star reading on the apple also or more content. Please go and follow us on social at seoul. Underscore therapy okay so to kick off. Today's episode let me. Let me give you a brief background based week. Groovy room who is currently under stable. Higher music created another label called area and while this is ruby rooms. Powdered or a label is still considered a sub label higher music. So i believe jay and grew have ownership to know from all these artists together. So what did i do. You think this relationship will work for me. I think it will work amazingly well just because just because we seen this before with alienate records said it will with ambition music as subway will. But i think this is something. That's really new and interesting because you're creating another sub label under a sub label. I would say it's interesting you know. But that's just my opinion because people can just say just another label or sub label. But i i really think it's a subway and ruby room creating another self label. I think he might be the first Labeled to actually create another slum subway under a sub label which is really interesting and it it although it's very fairly new. I would still think that it's really amazing at. I think it's gonna work well just because it all. It's groovy rewrite. Everybody loves groovy road. Ed and i think groovy room is at the point where they've established himself as one of the elites in the korean hip hop scene as a producer. And i think this is going to expand the hip hop community because i remember in our previous episodes. Daytona would always mention how you know. The korean hip bob is way too small in Span and i think is could be a sign up. Community becomes acre because you're creating another label as under a sub label double sub label. Yes so why. Not you know other other labels can do that to. Emc crew starting a sub label. All i think it could be trained in the crane obscene s with two artists in gemini. I think that's a really good start. So you get one kind of arm be fusion style and then you get more of a hip hop style with near any so i think at the end of the day. This is a really good start for higher music and groovy room so i don't. This is just me. But i don't know but you guys i see so they told me. What do you think the relationship. I mean especially decree culture. This could be pretty interesting rate. There is a new which is a ceo. There's another stunning the ceo. I'm very very affected. There's a sub label under a sub label is interesting but also it is a bit different in a sense because if you look at it Higher music in g have same. Co which is true so in a sense we call it sub label because just because it was the second company to be made not because necessarily a bit the second companies actually under the wing of the first competent so higher music was created later but it is not exactly under a the same ceo Yeah yeah but higher music as groom as an artist exactly and that artist is becoming a ceo for another sub label. Yeah right so when it comes to business perspective and i'm sure I think you would be better informed on this one. Because you're beijing to that but from what i see This is a very safe way to expand your business. Sure because look. There's always going to be trouble when you're managing a company especially a record school especially when it comes to the whole celebrity hollywood thing because there's a certain very uncertainty commodity because like when you're artist is does something wrong or early illegally late Tank right this is a very all tile industry and what i from what i know because groovy room is a ceo of area but they are also contract under high end music by whenever they need help for example crisis management. Just like. i said it's basically going to be higher music infrastructure. That is going to be used right. Am i right on this one. Yeah no i totally agree with you and yeah. It's a good move. It's really good movement in terms of business. I think for sure. Yeah when he goes to business is nothing wrong with this and There's also the point that our producers they're not robbed producer. Ceo's we never have producer fields. I mean of course a quiet produces owned beats a lot of the tires but he is known first as rapper. Lovie room is not known as rapper. There strictly production right true. So i never saw this. For a never saw case where i saw producers leading cruise i saw the users heading up close like certain clicks but not a record label and i feel like there was. There was a small one. You in the past be late but just not it. Wasn't this significant. Because i cannot actually remember any of them off the top trouble. Loan is ceo of our music true. But that kinda counts against your through. He's doing with jay bar right so it is a very safe strategy when he goes to business expansion and i guess it all it all comes down to how much does prove a room have not just musically but being like recognizing future talent. Barani was a good choice assured. She's on fire right now agreed. Yeah she singlehandedly. Almost along with mush final by resurrecting the show monday night. Cpi data that stage was.
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"Was of y'all. We'll come back to another episode of salt therapy. The podcast my name is wine daytona daniel. Yes we're hosts for this episode and today's episode. We have two topics for you guys. In the first one is owens. This battle against i'm built on the second topic is trine rappers like sid k. And zico diop music when they are carly enlisted decree military as usual. If you enjoyed today's episode please subscribe to our podcast austrian up arms and don't forget to give us five star on apple also or more contents. Please go false of all socials at seoul other scores. Okay so to give you guys a brief background on some of the topics. We've got discuss today. owens battle against. I'm gonna start it. When i'm doing won't release this album. Tanga and one of the tracks. The album call center had a birth eastleigh entirely dedicated towards and on owen started. You know is back so basseterre this status and they told daniel you guys heard about the story right yup and honestly who who do you think is releasing a better track or when i mean from what i know did a technically release a proper attract Yes he just. He just took his recording session on high g right at the end to yeah. He put his put it up on youtube where he put it on youtube. I dunno it ended up on you to just to logistically speaking Owen is kind of in the game especially like when it comes to bombay. Music regarded as a technician technician training. I know he's really hated on for like is antics his he. He is very problematic when it comes to his antics but no one says he is either babar. No-one literally that i'm doing is is a very promising rookie. But he who who specializes bubis. But he's not at that level yet like he doesn't have the discography that owen overdose has by owners semi classics belt. I'm doing never release something even remotely close to a classic like especially when it comes to like He has his head his own problem like problematic antics with korean hip hop community back in the days. Yes i think it was last year. I think when you say going. He released a very mediocre album which is not just my opinion but was the dominant opinion of like..
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"Still did it. And one of my favorite songs on album was coca. Galaxy bell's good saw. The other one i liked was but jensen's again brave new world is gonna so. I have to choose one of these. I guess i will go with Copycat gadgets you already released. A single like what is his engaged track. It's in english. Amies brave new world famous though this huxley novel on this is basically two for school at a drag. The whole vibe about it is like the lyrics but this is a this feature is a very prominent. What did you and a very new metal type of rock heavy rock sound and nominee do style anymore. So it actually seemed like a very attracted. I've been waiting to hear from a high schooler. Like i don't go into a high schoolers album expecting maturity i go into a high schooler albums expecting some rebelliousness some cute observations and stuff like that. I want to go into high school. Apple expecting is cooler not a thirty year. Old rapper and in that sense bignardi really jared with his album especially as breathing world track. It shows that more rebellious side in him. That more aggressive sound. Ron has a killer tron. It and you know like being nadia's be known for this very model student going to vary going to private high school listening to his mother like stuff like that. That's why it many people like him. But i think because he is the person to make this kind of rebellious track. I think it shows a very interesting side of that. He's not one-dimensional that he's a very multifaceted artist and distractions that so brave new world. Check it out. The korean name is these features. were on Be great performance. Green melody hook very symbolic sample. Everything about it is good also product produced by pj who is famous for working with zeno so great overall. Just listen to it for sure of me in our previous episode. I brought up bills. So this time to stick with the vmc label number one with the flows big brother and this ej soul scale dawn bills and vasco. Who's also goes by now bill. Stacks in this song is awful. Yeah jaja in two thousand and was again produced by t k and again. I picked the song just solely. Because i needed energy. I need something that will motivate me whether a in working out or doing other word. I just saw this. The song was very very symbolic in a way. That's very bodies. Diplo is exactly but also when you need energy when you need a really strong presence. I think the song is a good representation of that. And i think the title itself big brother. I think it's it's really cool just knowing that. Vmc captures that kind of hard core hardcore. But also that family that you know everybody's much everybody is included as one and if you look at his album from young are the songs in young A lot of it. You know focuses on life in general and there's a lot of things that are very personal deep flow but also he conveys a lot of family tone to the album family values exactly so it's very traditional astounding can be traditional in some of the songs but this one has at trap a very elevated trap. It's very heavy. So you know. I guess so i further. Call me big brother exactly. Everyone is doing all my god. It's enormous exactly. And i think we need that song in today's day so i i just came across this song just listening to it over and over and over so go. Check out deep blows. Big brother sounds all right well. That's all the time we have for today but were listeners. If you guys you know like their podcast or if you guys having comments please let us know topics over today. And of course if you enjoyed today's episode of please go and subscribe to our podcast on all popcorns and don't forget to give us that five star rating and of course if you want more obtuse please we'll check your money. To channel showed me the one or more interesting contents. Also followers social media page ad soul underscore therapy. Thank you so much for listening and see you guys next time..
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"So definitely go check it out. Yeah for sure for sure will definitely check that out for me i. I went a different route. So i chose a song called over. Think by ship. Drum and a feature sam kim and this song is off of syndromes. Foaling album called. Who i am which dropped this year and i know. Our podcast focuses a lot on k. Hip hop but for me lately. I chose this song because it has an art. It's an r&b vibe to it but also at the same time. I really liked sam. Kim's vocals on the track it's very calm melodic and the title itself over think really resonates with Especially with the pandemic that's going on and people are staying home in in. I really think our mental health is beginning to become affected by it and for me especially dealing with anxiety and mental health and depression. Listening to the song is really uplifting and very encouraging to hear so. And i know for a fact syndrome is an upcoming producer also. Great drummer so. I would definitely recommend the song to everybody. Syndrome is definitely a producer to look out for agreed agreed. Well that's all the time we have for today. Please do comment and let us know what you think of this whole battle. Do you think the style of fast rap is outdated and once again. I just wanna say thank you so much for the continuous support and as always please go and subscribe to our podcast for more amazing contents. Please visit and follow our social media pages at seoul underscore therapy again that seoul s. c. o. u. l. underscore therapy. Thank you.